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African American seniors observe Veterans Day as our unsung heroes

For the benefit of African American veterans who may have been overlooked and taken for granted as they served our…

Cincinnati native is co-founder of Black-themed gift wrapping paper

Black Paper Party was born out of a love of Black culture and recognition that imagery of Black families and…

Partnership between police, clergy leads to Faith & Blue March

Last weekend’s event was the National Faith and Blue Weekend created by Pastor Markel Hutchins of Atlanta to bridge the…

PUBLIC ENEMY DEBUTS YOUTUBE CHANNEL

The HD Videos For “By The Time I Get To Arizona,” “Nighttrain” and “Shut ‘Em Down” Debut On Public Enemy’s…

More than a Grammy. That’s the Funk

Photos and Story By Michael Mitchell The initial Black Music Walk of Fame induction was held Saturday at Andrew Brady…

Survivors of 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre share eyewitness accounts

Reports from Herald Columnist Jim Clingman, NPR, Tulsa Historical Society and Wikipedia contributed to this article Viola Fletcher, the oldest…

Millennium Hotel’s demolition, future development include minority businesses

By Tom Millikin The Port The Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority (The Port) is hiring several; minority-owned companies for…

BLACK BOX with Michael Coppage

A Q&A with artist Michael Coppage about Black men in his recently installed mural at 21c Cincinnati Contributed Michael Coppage…

Winton Woods district opens North Campus

An architect’s rendering of the interior of the new Winton Woods City Schools non-traditional North Campus building, shows how classrooms…

Groups join to observe death of Timothy Thomas

Concerned citizens march in Washington Park in Over-the-Rhone previous to a gathering to observe the 20th anniversary of the fatal…